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   But you got to eat the booty like groceries!! Come to find out Vivica A Foxx might have been chewing on 50 Cent’s groceries lol. Vivica Foxx went on WWHL last night with Kandi Burrus after the premiere of Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 8 and did what many do while sitting next to Andy Cohen, stir up ish. Andy asked Vivica “What were your thoughts on when 50 Cent said that the ratings (Empire) dipped because of ‘gay stuff’?” Her response was the pot calling the kettle black. Chhhh when Andy asked her to what was she insinuating and she did a hair flip and Kandi damn near went into labor. Vivica said that he wasn’t gay and that she had a wonderful time with him while they were dating. She, however, said that the XXL Magazine cover he did with Soulja Boi was questionable. Personally I don’t think 50 Cent is gay I just think he is thirsty for attention and enjoys being the center of attention no matter what. The XXL cover was kinda interesting in my opinion and people had a lot to say when it was released. It didn’t take 50 petty CENT long to respond on Instagram.

 

LMAO who the fuck made this man??#FRIGO #SMSAUDIO

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50 been scalping her wig since last night and thank GAWD she has her on wig line to replace each one he snatches off. Do you think 50 cent was doing too much or do you think Vivica should’ve kept her mouth closed?

 

Check out Vivica Shading 50Cent on WWHL

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  1. Tayla

    November 10, 2015 at 1:56 am

    My mouth is still dragging on the floor after this whole thing!! I think she was dead wrong for even going there and I think she is still bitter about the breakup. I also think he went Above and Beyond to try and clap back! It’s pathetic either way!!

    • April

      November 11, 2015 at 1:24 pm

      In true 50Cent fashion. What does she expect from someone that continues to prove that he is the “Pettiest Of Them All”? This is what he does and he does it very well, that man goes for the jugular so cover your bad boob job before you start spraying shots.

      • April

        November 11, 2015 at 3:14 pm

        Cover your wig,spits out tea ? LMFAO.

  2. Tremain

    November 10, 2015 at 4:46 am

    50 Cent gone be 50 Cent lol.

    • 4thewire

      November 10, 2015 at 10:49 pm

      true he really likes the spotlight

  3. Val J.

    November 11, 2015 at 7:54 am

    As much shit 50 has said and or done to unsuspecting people mostly or all untruths, it’s time for him to get some of that back. His bucktooth ass is coming to hard and petty for a so called street nigga. His read was weak because what hard nigga would say I let her lick my ass but I didn’t like it. That’s a suspect act. So he had to clean it up with I didn’t like it and my hands were tied up? The word LET means you didn’t object to her doing it. To cover up your like for it you have to use I didn’t like and my hands were tied up. Boy bye! You liked it because you put that shit on front street. I don’t take 50 as the type who would let a female butt rape him. And the picture he posted with Vivica’s face in it should make him take another look because the hands on his ass looks like man hands.

    • msdtown

      November 16, 2015 at 9:35 pm

      I agree. I get sick of people making excuses when people have a pattern of doing wrong like it’s going to be expected. I just hope she was truly ready for the inevitable backlash.

      And Justin, can you add Disqus so we don’t have to keep putting our info to post? I like that the comments aren’t just open for anything tho. Great site!

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